Basically, what the instructions implied but didn't quite say was that the fuse center piece had right thrust built into it's cuts, and so the builder needed to measure the center points on the fuse to align the wing. I chose to draw the wing planform rig

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Posted by: AMCross on Jul 19, 2006 05:47 AM
Basically, what the instructions implied but didn't quite say was that the fuse center piece had right thrust built into it's cuts, and so the builder needed to measure the center points on the fuse to align the wing. I chose to draw the wing planform rig
 
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By taping the spar down at various points, I found it far easier to secure properly. Any place where adhesive seeped under my tape, it did damage the print slightly, so I had to be careful of that as well.
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The provided aft spar was about 3/8" too long and required clipping with a pair of wire cutters.
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controlhorn.jpg
What interesting control horns! A really neat design, with great adjust-ability for the pushrod.
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The provided screws were apparently for a thinner depron, and wouldn't reach the backplates.
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